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  • Sophomore Lunch will take place in the courtyard during mod 5 on Friday, Oct. 4
  • Spirit Week will begin on October 7.
  • The SGA has announced that the Homecoming Dance theme will be Starry Night.

College Profile: State University of NY, Albany

Gabby Joseph, Copy Editor

December 3, 2009

And then I grab the needle and pull some alcohol in. Then uh, where is that rat? Oh, the cage right. Grab the rat and insert alcohol into her. Is she alive? Yes, good. Oh, right, check and make sure she is still pregnant. While...

Editor digs for “gold” answers

Kate Froehlich, Executive Editor

November 30, 2009

The “Gold” mystery was as addictive as the drug it is centered around. The second I spotted the signs one Monday morning, I was intrigued. Burning with journalistic fire, Managing Editor Jenny Hottle and I went to the...

Weekender: Baltimore City

Taylor Schafer, Features Editor

November 30, 2009

With the winter season quickly approaching, the list of weekend getaway destination choices falls to a shorter selection.  However, Baltimore City offers a wide variety of dining and entertainment options suitable for a daytrip. Explore...

Weekender: Western Maryland

Taylor Schafer, Features Editor

November 19, 2009

For those looking for a weekend getaway where adventure and relaxation come standard, Maryland’s western counties of Washington, Garrett, and Allegany top the list. Pick from activities like kayaking and whitewater rafting...

Veteran’s Day honors faculty members

Taylor Schafer, Features Editor

November 18, 2009

Veteran’s Day is a holiday that makes Americans stop and honor those that have served to protect our country, especially those who gave their lives for the cause. For those who served in the military, the day has special...

Roth on track to priesthood

Nicky Hatzimiditriou, Production Manager

November 16, 2009

Trusting God to lead you in the right direction requires great strength and even more faith and this is exactly what Seminarian Steven Roth is doing. In January of 2008, Roth, began studying to become a priest at St. Mary’s...

College Profile: University of Dayton

Gabby Joseph, Copy Editor

November 12, 2009

Watch your head! Here comes more yogurt. While attending the University of Dayton, Brian Bourne religion teacher, had many good experiences. At a block party called Lows, a vendor gave out free samples of yogurt. The students...

Bel Air senior runs over cancer

Kate Froehlich, Executive Editor

November 11, 2009

Josh Lilliston woke up blind. During his sophomore year at Bel Air High School, Lilliston was undergoing surgery on a cancerous tumor in his right eye. “They took the bandages off and I couldn’t see anything out of my right...

St. Michaels, Maryland

Taylor Schafer, Features Editor

November 6, 2009

The stress of the work week makes us all feel like we need to get away, but the relaxation and fun we want is just across the bay. Though many cities and towns on Maryland’s Eastern Shore are beautiful, St. Michaels stands...

Vido voices arthritis awareness

Kirby Browning, Copy Editor

November 5, 2009

While students know Jennifer Vido as Madame Vido, the rest of the world recognizes this French teacher as a national spokesperson for the Arthritis Foundation of America. At eight years old, Vido was diagnosed with Juvenile...

Junior goes the distance to “shock cancer”

Taylor Schafer, Features Editor

November 2, 2009

At 5 a.m. on Sunday, October 18, most of JC was sleeping off a night of dancing, but junior Chelsea Shock was awake in San Francisco, getting ready to run a race that she will never forget.  The names of sponsors from her...

Students explore Hamatsa tradition

Taylor Schafer, Features Editor

October 28, 2009

Dancing around nearly naked in front of your English class may seem like a desperate attempt for extra credit, but in Dick Paaby’s sophomore honors English classes, it means more than just a dance. The Hamatsa dance tradition...

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